The Auckland ‘A’ side is picked from a wider squad of Auckland cricketers. Below is the latest 'A' sides picked to play ND A in two one-day games.
Day/Date: Thursday 18th and Friday 19th January
Venue: Mountfort Park, Manurewa
Blue Team (in batting order)
- Graeme Beghin (Captain)
- Jeet Raval
- Aditya Edekar
- Michael Barry
- Brad Rodden
- William O’Donnell
- Cole Briggs (wk)
- Matt McEwan
- Raja Sandhu
- Louis Delport
- Michael Snedden
- Navdeep Aujla
White Team (in batting order)
- Michael Guptill-Bunce (Captain)
- Nick Hendrie
- Amit Dhadwal
- Jared Challis
- Victor Davies
- Andrew Morrison (wk)
- Aniket Parikh
- Teja Nidamanuru
- Angus McKenzie
- Josh Fisher
- Danru Ferns
- Jamie Brown
Auckland A v Northern Districts A – 14th - 16th February
Michael Guptill-Bunce (Cornwall)
Bill Walsh (Howick Pakuranga)
Graeme Beghin (North Shore)
Andy Lane (East Coast Bays)
Ben Horne © (Parnell)
Michael Barry (Suburbs New Lynn)
Aniket Parikh (Cornwall)
Elliot Herd (Takapuna)
Carl Brungar (North Shore)
Josh Fisher (Parnell)
Cody Andrews (Howick Pakuranga)
Dane Watson (Suburbs New Lynn)
97 Overs per day
11am Start 14th
10:30am Start 15th - 16th
Auckland Development Team to take on Auckland U-19, December 6
Graeme Beghin ©
Andy Morrison +
Danru Ferns (non-batter)
Elliot Herd (non-batter)
Provincial A Nearest Neighbour Matches - Twenty20 Mini-Tournament - Owen Delany Park, Taupo
vs Northern A (Auckland A lose by 8 wickets) CLICK HERE FOR SCORECARD
Wellington A (Auckland A lose by 7 wickets) CLICK HERE FOR SCORECARD
Auckland A v Northern A - 23 February to 25 February
Auckland A 338/4 (Andy Lane 104*, Ben Horne 88, Glenn Phillips 54, Will O'Donnell 44, Bill Walsh 39) and 296/5 (Finn Allen 133, Ben Horne 107) defeated Northern A 263/5 (Peter Bocock 90, Henry Cooper 48, Nick Kelly 36, Ben Hyde 34) and 280 (Brett Hampton 68, B Kneebone 60, Peter Bocock 38, Jono Hickey 34, Jono Boult 31; Brett Randell 5/44) by 91 runs.
Auckland A v Canterbury A - 9 February to 11 February
Auckland A 264 (Brad Schmulian 101*, Will O'Donnell 58, Bill Walsh 45; N McNicol 3/38) and 251/6 (Will O'Donnell 73, Bill Walsh 66) defeated by Canterbury A (J Case 61*, G Dawson 45, C Bowes 36; Elliot Herd 3/59) and 294/8 (C Bowes 120*, M Davidson 58, M Laffey 47; Vishi Jeet 4/61) by 2 wickets.
Auckland A v Canterbury Country - 8 February
Auckland A 266/6 defeated Canterbury Country 168 by 98 runs.
National Tournament - Lincoln
Click here for match reports
Click here for points table
Auckland A v Auckland U19 - 10 December
Colin Maiden Park
Auckland 162/9 (Bill Walsh 57, Vishi Jeet 27*, Brad Schmulian 26; Chris Groenink 3/15, Dale Phillips 3/46) lost to Auckland U19 163/6 (Glenn Phillips 39, Finn Allen 33*, Mitchell Murray 29) by four wickets.
Auckland A v Northern Districts A - 24, 25 & 26 Nov
Auckland A 263/4 (Shawn Hicks 98, Michael Barry 71*, James Parslow 40*) defeated Northern Districts A 246/6 (J Carter 62, T Lortan 51, H Cooper 44, Bharat Popli 37) by 17 runs.
Northern Districts A 249 (Bharat Popli 94, J Walker 52, J Carter 37; Brad Schmulian 3/37 Blair Smith 3/57) lost to Auckland A 250/7 (Glenn Phillips 83, Shawn Hicks 74*) by 3 wickets.
Auckland A 167 (Alan Burton 40; A Vodnala 3/34) lost to Northern Districts A 168/5 (S Cooper 63*, B Rhodes 43) by 5 wickets.
To find match reports and scorecards for all three matches click here
Auckland A v Northland A - 8 November
Auckland A have made a strong start to their season with a convincing victory over Northland A. The talented young side batted first in Whangarei and thanks to several strong scores by their top order set a tough total of 290 from their 50 overs.
The innings was led by strong early work from Mondiale Ace Glenn Phillips and Suburbs New Lynn’s Michael Barry. Phillips finished with 44, while Barry top scored with 58. Hong Kong international Mark Chapman also added 50 to back up his strong club form in the last round.
The big total didn’t intimidate Northland early however after they held off Auckland’s opening bowlers to be setting well placed at 79/1 at the first drinks break after 17 overs. Tight bowling from the visitors then restricted the chase and Northland couldn’t push on from their strong start. The Northland batsmen couldn’t get a solid scoring rate going and were eventually dismissed in the last over for 227. Well short of the total. Sean Solia led the Auckland bowling figures taking 4/33. Michael Barry also earning praise after backing up his work with the bat with 2/35.
Auckland A 290 (Michael Barry 58, Mark Chapman 50, Glenn Phillips 44) defeated Northland A 227 (Sean Solia 4/33, Michael Barry 2/35) by 63 runs.